I think that you have made a mistake in your documentation, regarding part that consider connector for the cooling FAN.
1/ 353907-1 TYCO => that is Tyco MPN for the pins and here you need 2 pcs., you can also order same pins from TYCO: 353918-1 - but these are as loose piece.
2/ Housing which you indicate in documentation: TYCO 353908-6 -> it's 6-pin connector! In my opinion correct TYCO MPN should be => 353908-3 (3-pin connector).
3/ You should add information also about two more TYCO housing, both got pins included. That is: 5-353293-3 (housing blue) and receptacle included or 353293-3 (housing grey) and receptacle included. Both fit as well.
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One more question regarding cooling fan.
I used reference cooling fan from Sunon. I fix connector according manual. But when I'm turn on my Joule, cooling fan is not spinning.
It should be working all the time? In the meaning from the moment when I will turn on my Joule, OR it will turn on when temperature will rise to critical level?
Or maybe I should do something in BIOS to turn it on (cooling fan?)
I add photos of my system:
Normally the fan should start automatically when you power on the board.
Would it be possible to update the BIOS?
Please find bellow a link with all the instructions:
Let me know if it works for you.
Would you be so kind as to tell me if you have tested the fan?
Also there is an alternative where the cooling fan can be powered from the J13 connector at the top of the expansion board. Pin 1 is connected to ground and pin 2 is the positive 5V DC. More detailed information can be found in the following link, step 9: